Ali Ghiorse

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Binney to Boccuzzi: RTM Okays Interim Funding for Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study

“If you are frustrated by traffic, if you’re concerned about letting your kids walk to school, if you’re sick of not being able to find a parking space, this is one of the solutions that we have. Let’s explore our town, our neighborhoods and let’s explore Stamford.” – Lucy von Brachel Continue Reading →

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Sustainability Committee & Coffee For Good Present Free Talk: A Farmer’s Perspective on Food and Climate Change

The Greenwich Sustainability Committee, in partnership with Coffee for Good, announce “A Farmer’s Perspective on Food + Climate Change”, the first Speaker Series of 2023. The event is free, and will be held at Coffee for Good on Tuesday, January 31 from 12:30 – 1:30 pm. Continue Reading →

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The Sacrifice Zone Screening & Waste Justice Panel Discussion

Waste Free Greenwich invites the Greenwich community to a free screening of The Sacrifice Zone, a 30-minute documentary focusing on the efforts of community activists to fight against environmental injustices in the Ironbound neighborhood in Newark, NJ, one of the most toxic communities in the country. Continue Reading →

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An Open Letter to the Members of the Board of Estimate and Taxation

“We are as concerned as everyone about the economic impact of the pandemic. However, current indicators suggest our Town’s finances have held steadfast. Property transactions — and conveyance tax revenues — have increased. Divide the $900,000 difference between the BET and BOE budgets by the 16,000 families living in Greenwich and one gets $56.25.” – group letter Continue Reading →

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Food Scrap Recycling Enthusiasts Tout Benefits to Greenwich’s Budget, Environment, Social Justice

Soon residents will be able to purchase kits to use to set aside food waste inside a compostable bag with food scraps, as well as coffee grinds, egg shells, bones, meat, oyster shells, and even napkins. Continue Reading →

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